What if traditional boundaries of art didn’t matter? I’m exploring the lines between photography, collage, and printmaking; between hands-on and technology. I call it digital collage. Join me: share your thoughts, stay in touch!
First show of 2016! I’ve had work accepted into Call of the Clouds, exhibiting this winter at Blakely Hall in the Issaquah Highlands. I have long admired curator Megan Somerville’s pastels of dramatic skies, and was excited to submit this piece, Interface, … Continue reading
Architecture, collage, and the grid intersect in a reimagining of the documentation of place. Continue reading
Three of my pieces accepted for a Violet theme: Trespass, Fractured, men of valor Continue reading
I’ve been looking for ways to show you all the layers in my piece. Concurrent with my show Layered Stories, I thought it would be fun to use technology to break apart a piece for you. Click through this interactive … Continue reading
It’s time again to walk around, looking at art — with a wine glass in hand if that’s your thing. There’s a new exhibit at artEAST to suit the season, Any Umbrellas, some chocolate to suit the month, some live music, and lots of art and artists, including me. Come on down!
I have a few larger pieces hanging, and a great selection of small works, like Protector, left, for just $25. There’s also matted 8×10 prints and blank cards, ready to give or frame.
Here are the details:
Friday, February 5, 6–9 pm
95 Front St N, Issaquah